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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on Jan 25, 2009
More than likely your voltage regulator is out. The generator produces electricity, so you know the rotor and stator are OK. The 50 volts comes from the magnets permanent properties. The reason you are not getting 120 is because rotor or electron magnet is not getting any power supplied to it, which it needs to produce the amount of electrons you need to have 120vac. Make sure your engine is running at 60 hz first, and you should ohm out the windings and circuits that connect to your regulator.
Posted on Feb 05, 2009
THE ANSWER TO MY QUESTION WAS FOUND OUT BY MYSELF BY VISITING A REPAIR / SERVICE DEPARTMENT AND MAKING ENQUIRIES CONCERNING THE DC OUTPUT OF THE AC ADAPTER ASSOCIATED WITH THE WESTERN DIGITAL, MY BOOK 250GB USB. tHE VOLTAGES ARE THESE. : - AC INPUT = 100 - 240 VOLTS 50/60 HZ
DC OUTPUT = 12 VOLTS ( REGULATED ) 2 - 0 A
CENTER PIN OF 12 VOLT DC INPUT PLUG IS " POSITIVE "
THANK YOU FOR THE SPACE TO ASK MY QUESTION.
Posted on Feb 19, 2009
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How many computers do you have? What kind of monitors you are using? The old CRT type, LCD type, or Plasma. All CPU, Monitors, and Printers have Watts ratings. From their ratings you estimate their electrical usage, by multiplying their respective ratings to the number of hours in use. You will have the pro-
duct in W-hrs. Divide it by 1000 to get the kwhrs. Multiply it by rate collected by your
local electric utility in cents or dollars per kwhr
to get the estimated cost of your computer
system. To get exact cost, you must hire
an electrical engineer to have energy audit.
Posted on Sep 22, 2009
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